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BY 0. N. WORDEN & J.
As Ikdepen'dext Family - 't.-- CLmhW rjjc 4cuii5biiri (Lijrcnirif, an iMpfiruxi-rxT r-MtiT n,pper, Friiliy,it i-hurj, i mo Co.li. tl.ftl v-r vi-ar. r.t lse P'ir. in Aivvrr nul eta witi r 'V f'T tour month. 7.". c far eielit month.-, - U-T -"iMtf for m louutli. 1 J-. 1 ;iVi:i"ll I V mti ii'Mill rtceirej in p-tl'l. Mi'e alu h-re. M--t ImiuS.1 iir,. r titv t'lli-L. . t r whirl a u.i"-r . i-tii-I, av.Vheii tii" tune ext :rcf (unlrss we hav.- a runui" : AtvkaTi-KMr.vrs hauJ- tu--quire on wi'-'k. -i nuatti. J"' 1-t v- ir. II t tfol, :i T.. :.i in- I " ot 0Tir one T uri li ;' a '.1 m is4 4c an mnv ?r "i mallrflt tvi H, or "l inxt i ' It i i'l'Ki". I iit.!il'.'-'I. at ftu ! r-r it r in-rt-rlmn. t it-! f-.r v a u-ir -J rt, 15 -U. 2 4 .. "I r. hai l. .'.c n. !'t !'' p- r yv;r. tnln-r r.. A :-iiiir.- 1-t 1'-' litn" ' r . r:t" ii ni- lT .l-moriiin-- t. nih'ii. V. an.) I:tr;T u!-, ti-l a iinitt. ,1. mmmni-4 I'V :"' ra.-rV . -.1 iim 1 nl iiv-s. Th- MViXKI'l'' TIM.IMKAI'll i l' J t!i lilt 'f.:ira rt!i..'A"iW l' t-t'. .u iu rt iiuurl.iiit Nrw la dTniy ttf tttt- I'liiiitt Mit'i. Onn-t.-.i wilh II,- li'!-.-- nr.- .t.fl" mi!. ri-.l f.T o-t kLu.Ui.1 JOB PRINTING. lii.-li will l..-f.M-iit.-d wilh jVI K'Kon Mark-1 S itiax,ti. iuiJ,second uti.rt-y Jj0.uiug tlitf Uu'W I'.Ul liTV. Voiu!:x it- CouxEurs LOVES LAW OF SACRIFICE. FjKtfT-U. HtKHtt an... Vn m Tt Oujruijw fr Nov. 1;.;S. IlfcTe TOl lii'Iird rf Tin talc tl.o kov Tiaut, Away in the --.liuy flimv? It hODiM growth of an Luii-ird - ri It rarh'f IU hNv mm): tmi', AtiJ tht-n a wou.lr-'tis tuj at its erfiwn lilvaks out into iI.. ii :hi.J tlt Wf rs : Tli tt ral irrt-u in its ll.'iuiiirf . a ! th j-rt-Jt of (h- trof'H-a! l rfi. Bat tlw plant, to tht fin.T, is a a'Tin, 1'yr it bliNDis but once, and iu tomiiu,; Jie- Hr you hari of the tl 'f the I'chvAn, j The Arab-. i unci Kl lUlr? Tht lir-8 in th- African ft"Mtul j Wh-rc t!i-! bird I ri 'C Ion- ly nr,'t IUt you b. srd how it lotros its t.-n !--r yuig, j And carfs and tuiU f r tin ir C-l : It briDn tb'ir atLr from l-iutitaiiis afar, And fislieK tho fa? f'-r th-lr z-d. In famine it f -eJs lh.-iu -wl.;.l 'an -I.-tUo : The blood of it bosooi, and frvdiu tbt-ui ilk- ! IUt you hanl of the Ule tl.y t-U of tht. Swao, The mow-whit birdr-f th lak? It noi-lBly flt on the silTtry war. It ailontly its in the brakf ; For iU naTritF ton? till th end of life, And thn in the .ft, till evt-n, Mil the poldcn li hl cf th- s ttinj sun, IU iinffs a it arc iut In n ! And th bl. wic-d not- fall bark, from the kii Tin iU only am.-, fur iu kidus it ai-c Tfoa bavehi-anl thw lalc -ball I U-ll you one, A greater and l-tt.-r than all ? II are you beard of Him wlotn the beaveus adre, tettrt- whom tliti ImU of titt m f..li Uow lie left the rbolrc and aiitin nis aloTOt For earth in itt wiliu-- :'d woes To KUfler tbf .-hniiiv anl tht- j;in of llxv cro, And die for the life at 1 1 is f- s ? O, Prince of th noble ! O, f-ulT rer diinel V hat aorrow and nai rittce e-jual to Thine T Jfow bear these Ules, ye weary sod worn, Who for other b up your all ; Our 8aior hath told you the e-d Uat ou'.d grow. In the earth's dark boom must fall &tut p from the vit-w and dieawy, And then will the fruit aj ; ar : The (train Itiat Ket-ms loit in th earth belcw. Will return many fol I in tin- ear. Hy dfath ccm.'i life, Vy rt.iiio-i jrain, The juy for th-- tear, the in-aee tr the I'ain. 'ifciy C1I OXECIl'j WOn. THE UWIStitR-; CIIBOSifLE. Alice! He Mivi Tlirc. Wmi thee, d'-ar water: at morn, When nature with radiance plows, Vhen Ute aun in bis r-ileulr iookndown And the deeper awakes from refuse; We list for thy footcti4 in Tain. Since thy irit ha- fl-wn troui tli; crth. Thy preKt-uce wit; in-'er grace the imu-.-liolJ aain, And all hiuhed is thy hweet voice r f m:rlh. W miM the, dear fist-r! we mif; thee, When we draw 'round th fire at niiit, On Tacant chair in the coru. r awaits Ui--, AUa! thoa hart paseed fn in our f.v-ht. Far in the blif-fal aboden of the blebM-d, Thy JOUDK pilfrrimaire is piren, O Bray we in full prej-aratiou Iw- drescd Fur a brighter re-union in lWven! K.1UI TpOct. 31, A fl.STKU. Bread and Protection. from the Washington Union. Analyze the cry of protection .is vmi ; the- compelled the bead of the system to ; roiv, and item be reduced to ii..uun i ' . . . . , , . i ' r ... .. , .1 r i . resort to tho painful necessity of remedy-! but a cry far "bread from the 1 e leral t GoTernmeat. What an idea ! (ircat '"g 'be evils by a change of administra- j States, sovereign States, appealing to the tion in that county. The Journal states ; Federal Government for bread ! "Tax ; that the public 6rntimcnt is entirely with ; the people of the Union," says Massachu- ! tue ew officcri wll0 ;3 as compctcnt and eetta to the Federal Government, "to feed aUentive fis thB former w 0,,jictj()na. ; my factory operatives. "iaxthe Lnion, i r , i.ii ayi Pennsylvania, "to feed my iron mi- j Lle and unfif' hav,nS tccn clcutcd hJ a i nera and forges." "Tax the Union," ! more handful of Directors, and was never j ay the protectionists in Virginia, ''to en- j satisfactory to the mass of tho Teachers, j able our foundries to sustaiu themselves - "" ' , i Dd flourish." This is a new comments- ! B-The State Supenutendent has re- j tj npon Virginia's doctrine of strict con- ' turned home after a five weeks' campaign ! traction and State pnereifjn'y ! Can a j of school stump speaking in the wilJcst i State be sovereign which consents to ap- t rPgj0ns of Pennsylvania, talkiug 2 to 6 ! peal to a foreign Government for Inad . hours ppr day for daV3 in succcssi0D) al)li -ni protection .' , rest-ug Sun,aya ly ijIe ;il;k3 in Sabbath j The above quotation from a late scbools. Those new counties ic their pov- j No. of Mr. Buchanan's official organ, j crty gCem to manifest more interest in the i is a bad sign for the coming two i training of their children, than some of j years. Pennsylvania is again to be ! the rich older ones. The Superintendent j insulted and cheated, and when her ; has now to "pitch in" for tho preparation I children ask for "bread,'' he will '"give ; of his annual report, condensing the re thera a Stone " j turns of the several counties, and endeav- Evidentlvthis fat and pampered ; ",n t!!??Z lion thitiks all the object of Govern- j rnent is to extend Slavery and feed Officers good salaries ! The United States Government, this organ of Buchanan says is a "or. tig Government." And it is for once right. It was elected by foreign rotes and foreign money has advoca ted foreign interests and is hostile to home interests and i"m honor, In I860, tin's Foueios party must be ousted, and a real A,nc Jl, PCBUC1S party inaugurated at Wash- j lngton. i TVe believe it is conceded that thc Republicans have carried a majority Y1 we Minnesota Legislature, but it , . i m loflrA .1- ... . -'' me uovernor will use iiiuuence (in a contingency) and not ! coovese thc Legislature. E. CORNELIUS. News Joukkal. ' Teachc-rs to ha on their Guard. - TLe ,iul0 ha, ,rrivcJ w!ien ai,C3,;v3 Director and County Sup?riiiteid':Dt3 0ll.j comiucnca viilting the schools j;, their respective district, throughout Pennsylvania, lu the Ujt. .Nj. oi tue Peuneykama School J-mrnal. I noticed aa article urging tho Sa-rctary of tho ISoarl of lUrcctora to make a m-mtlily visit iu each scliool in tic district, rceurJ the same in minutes?, etc. Anl by tlu blanks prepared fr the Secret :iry' month ly report, 1 see that he is to take down the ,V. S eokUro ou ro!i, No. MU'IjtOg spell ing, Heading, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, etc., best clap.-, poorest class best sehular, poorest scholar, kc. Njw, I would embrace this ornortunitv to inquire elusion, as to whieli is the best scholur the oue that can learu the longest lesson in the shortest time, and be an unruly pupil the remaiuder of his time in school, uive the teacher a vast amount of annoy- anee, etc., cr me oue tuai 1.-1 a niuc more dull iu compieheasiou, but diligi ut iu his . 1 stujies and obedient to tho rules, regula ; tions, & j. of his school ? As to the best class, yuicli is the best the one that is ' the inor-t advaue.J, or the oue that gets ! its lessons best fur recitation, or best iu j attendance, etc.? Messrs. Kiitors I presume the major-' iiy of teachers would bo uiueh favored if ! some of the able contributors of tbe(7iro i would git e some information ou the above topics, so that teachers may be pre- -pared to give correct and honest auswers ; to the Secretaries and County Superin-1 teudeuts when they, at an hour uulooked ' j fur, make their appearance in the school , room. Teachers may do great injustice to ' pupils by decidiug hastily, or, probably, ! ' they may have had a wrong impression of j the pa-sige relating to the best scholar, class, or p i.irest scholar, class, etc. '-Let i j istice prevail in the schoolroom." ONE. g03iI)jnic! S. lioyer, Superintendent j for Snyder couuty, speaks very encour- agingly of the school prospect for that ! county, attributing much to the Teachers i ' Institutes. As tximples of the progress of public attcution, be notices that last : year only 40 teachers attended the public examinations, and this year 121 teachers , attended. Last fall, 2 1 Directors atten-; ! ded, and this year 50 attended. Last i year, only 27 citizens atteuded unoiiieia'.ly, and this year I'll were in attendance. These are "idgns," but "signs show which way the wiud blows." Such acts as these indicate a growing interest in tho right ' USe III LUU menu:, tt. tuut.t.uu n.'itti ...-j i now be considered the fixed policy of the ' State. Children and teachers like to have directors and parents visit them a little ! thing, but which inspires them with hope I and laudable pride. Wo must have i schools let them be good schools. We j must tpcud money let it be veil spent. I SSifWe lesrn by the l'ottsvilleurnri?. j that the first case of DISCIPLINE under tho ' j School Law has taken place in that county, j by which tho County Superintendent has j been rjectcd from office, and Mr. Fields ! j appointed in his place. The one dismiss- j j ed was a much belter party politician than school instructor quarreled with the tea- i j chors refused to co-operate satisfactorily j i in Institutes was refractory and insubor- ! iliiiiitn to the I)enartment and altoze- sijeriD, the scarcity of money which is so essential iu education as well as in any ; other good cause, we believe it will be ; found substantial progress can be traced, ; by those who survey the field with a clear eye. . Jigy-When it is reflected that tho ardu- j ous duties of Secretary of a School Hoard are gratuitous, no one should object to an outlay from the District Treasury for I Blanks to aid in and make correct the Agreements of Teachers and the Accounts TZ clo Agreements to a sheet, and fi Orders to soeet at 3 cts a g,cct or 75 ct9. a qU;re. I5uTho Buffaloo Township Teachers' Institute is to be re-organized for the com ine wiuter. at the Buffaloe X Roads, on Saturday, Nov. 13. All teaehers, and Mtion ,r0 respcotfully invited to attend, Teacitebs. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, l.lTTI-i: MITTIE. " l'jlU:ILLr- j moLu of j,r j;vvl.0KOSt aod i9 a specimen Mibsiooarj, Sir William Oore Oase- j a large number of c'r-ymon, anJ one of tho advent of a iwful steam plow. ?ijX.rJ!.u'.ri'.""w lie.IUD. I nf tho eloquence which, within a year or i jey should hava dared to worm himself ; tLcra aked where a'.l those parsons were , Franco, Enir'.aml. Scotland, Canada, Tired, lilili: oue ? two, has made Lid name familiar in both i int0 tL(J C00(;jCUC8 Df the ,dmiuiatration, ' coming from? His fiieud n pliel, "They J anJ th0 United States, liavecach pro- 'Yci, Aunt Mittic, O, so tirod !" And ; hemispheres : j an w,len pogs.99t.j 0f ,n jts SOCrot3, to ' Luve been at visitation." No wiser than JUCCJ sream o;:j)3ratns for plowing, the little bauds puU back the damp hair j Can any man toll me when the begin- j ig CaotrA Amcricl , accompiish before, the other said, "What 's a r.Vftr I fur. I'J -a0i3 State Uuanl of Agri from the pure white furebead, as the head . ning was ? Years ago, we thought the , hh mUaloa ,bcre Tiere ,,- ... Tlie aD3Wtr wa,f lt's wbr ro all ; cu;turc ,x..rccivcd tlic immense Yalue tinks to its favorite resting place my lap. What a picture of beauty! So child- iiko, and yet to unliko most children, I S-,zi and yearn for the gift to tranter its enpelic sweetness to canvas. The pure, blue veined forehead, arc-bed by tl.o-edel- ieate, dark brown, almost black, brow,, though the silky Lair is a light goldeo 1 f.;n.li!r ,v.. so nut., it.- - - , , i .... .i... - 1 tli,.l,.. ,iong uir.i u-iik i.v ....t. ...j.-. id -.in tii. irroatlicd with a qjit't smil content, the rso white, pink ciieik, (not the purj le pii.k, so comai'tu in cliiUrcn, tut the true ruc hue,) all these uitht be puiutc;. (1It was so warm, but I thought I would not put it off any longer." And the puro eves gave me one of tlioso confi- dinp, loving looks, that almost scut a . thriil to my heart. j 'What was the task that couid not be ' pnt off, pet, that you must tire yourself , walking iu the hot sun to do it? cred my sweet violets. I had trained it ' up arouud the fence and over the post, but it would come down and crawl all ov- cr the grass and nearly covered up the vi- ; oleta I planted round dear Virgie's head, j "I have been over to tho cemetery to ; creation slecoinir in his mighty, ciKautie ,. ,. , , t1 . , . l i - i venirai America, iney aiicmpi id excuse ij Ex i ir.'ie s L'lave. Something told me I thought, ne have not liucsseu the beiriu- . . ... . . . .. , , ... , . , , ! ... , , , i i , -their own stupidity by abusing faun. e t must do it to-dav. that selfish mvrtle ! nini. e may en back, back, back, aces , , , .. .,,, ,., 01 l' , -11 ... .. :. ' .1. ' ... " . . . . : 1.-..1. :r ... i 1 ne uaa Dener reprove tue lony oi me d j " - 1 i- 1 - " 1 n ' J o " J 1 vc got it all nice now, Aunt Jlittic, and j weary itseit ere it couta get to tue Degin you shall go with me to-morrow to see it." i ning. But God.frora the beginning, chose That "to morrow" never came. bite i as the pillow on which she lies, tho long ' dark lashes drooping on the marble cheeks, ono of which is pillowed on a little band, while the other lies like a snow flake on the coverlet, so small aud wasted that the ; Iiti! irTra nf milil flint. uiiPil to clasn the slender finger is now slipping from it. j Quiet, yet so quiet, but not sleeping, for there is that expression, so sweet yet so holy. I caze spell-bound. Tho large ' eves oiicn slowly but so calmly. "Aunt ! Jlittie, is mamma gono ?" Yes, pet. ' "The doctor told her I must die. I am sorry for mamma, and father, and Tinie, ! and you, but I am not sorry for myself, I think it will be so nice to be in heaven and never have to die again. Heaven is so beautiful. Aunt Millie, I know, full of sweet flowers and beautiful things. Goto my funeral, and don't let everybody tread on our violets Virgie loved them so." And then those soft eyes look deep, deep into my soul, aud sec a wall of partition that had never been thrown down, as tbe sweet voice murmured, "I know how you luve I'upa and Tinie ; give all the love you had for mc to viummu " One hard strnji'le and the sweet voice was scaled with a ki.-s as sho dropped her tiuy ring 1 r Jo : 1 1 1 iu my 11 u . I'd eir.-B n. mini-t.-r" of Iath, Wir.i-li i- ri-i;ArJ tint 11.-IU17 nv.r, I1. .1I1 ttiki-M iln-ui f. "in us, wIl-ii we feel Hint iigi.s hie ln-:D .itti ii.herr." Bio Chimneys. The chimney at Bob ton, Kng , mentioned thc other day, is not j the highest in the world, although a bun- , dred feet higher than thc Charlestown , siruciure. i nere is one near .uaiu-uwicr, j .i.r .oAr .lr i i:t..l. j-.ug., mat is 4i)U leei ngu, wuue uie chimney shaft of thc St. Itollox chemical works, at Glasgow, is twenty feet higher still, being 450 feet high ; and yet a lar ger otic is in course of construction at Glasgow, for a chemical manufactory. It is to be 400 feet high, or nearly twice as tall as thc Charlestown chimney, which is 2C9 feet high. In order to secure its sol- ! idity and strength, the constructor is buildiog into tho centre of the brick work at every stage of twenty-five feet a malle able iron ring 3 inches broad i of an inch in thickness. Thc mortar used is of a peculiar character. The foundation was built with a mixture of Iri-h lime, iron stone, Arden lime, and sand, forming a cement impervious to damp. Tho rest of thc shaft is to be built with mortar of a sitr.ilar description, with the exception of i 1 ' 1 the Arden lime. D.iston Cuurkr. Tbe "Great Republic" monthly. Oaksmith & Co., tbc recent publishers of "Emerson's Magazine and Putnam's ' Monthly" will on or about the l.t of De- i cembcr next, issue thc first number of a j new illustrated Maeazine. to becalled the "Great Republic." The publishers an o nounce that they intend to make the new , tvu iuo ui'H m . t c tU i,:,i magazine superior to anything of the kind . 1 .1 t. :ti ever issued in this country. It will em-1 brace articles, on a wide range of subjects, from all the leading authors and popular i writers of thc land, many of whose names ; are announced in the Prospectus. The j Ma"azioc will be composed of two volumes i annually, of about 700 royal octavo pages, profusely illustrated, in the best style of art. Terms, S3, per annum ; 2 copies for $5; five copies for $10. Address Oak smith & Co., 112 & 114 William street, New York citjN Ned Iiuntline's wife was found one day last week lying dangerously ill, io wretched bovel, io Buflalo, utterly desli tute and aloce. Tha Beginning cf tho World. rTk. f .M. ..imiti frm.. .1 nor. u-.giuu.uj, ui ........ - - camo upon it; but we have discovered, ; that, thousands of years before that, uou was lormmg cuaotio m....er - . fit abode for man, and putting races j creatures upon it, that they might die ana 1 leave , race, of ll h.nd..ork : U marve- ; lous .kill, before He tned His band on man. lint this was not the beginning ; . for Itevelation pomts us to a period long j . l1u,i.u,,l,J, - ""r of the morninr, stars ana consieiimioub fell ti icklinc from the hand of God; when, - ... n ... wiid ins own uauu, ue .tm thunder bolts, waudering through the tky, to Cud oue day their proper fphera. W e go back to those days when worlds were made and ay stems were fashioucd, and we have not even approached the beginning jot. Until we go back to the time when all the universe slept in the mind of God, as yet unborn, uutil we cuter the eternity I where God. the Creator, dwells alone, all i . - - use such words, whole eternities, and yot never arrive at the begiouiog. Our wing might be tired our imagination die away; could it outstrip the liglitniug a nasties id I majesty, power, ana lupiouy, 11 wouMsoou - His people when the unavigateil ether was j yet unfanucd by the wing of a single an- i gel, when space was shoreless or else un-; born, when universal silence reigned and : not a voice or whisper shocked th nolein-: nitv of silence, when there was no being, ; no motion, and nausrht but God himself: alono io his eternity ; when, without tbc j gong of an angel, without tho attendance ; of even a cherubim, long ere the living creatures were born, or the wheels of the 1 chariot of Jehovah were fashioned : even 1 then, "iu tbo beginning was the ord, and in the beginning God's people were 1 one in the Word, aud "in the beginning He choso them all unto eternal life." j An In-M for BoM.-It is one of the ; besetting sins of the young men of this extravagant and indolent ago, to endeavor . to get nd of woik to seek for easy and j lazy employment and tbe consequcuce is I that many of them turn ont worthless ' .ig.iuui.i.u. i'l.p, vum ....I. wu...,.... ....... . 1 . . ...... 1 . 1. wi, ..innni as you would a plaguo spot; Lanisni from your bosom the dangerous desire to live without work. Labor is honorable, dignified ; it is Ihe parent of health, wealth and happiness; look upon it as! 1 n invnliiil.lA lili.u!li r anit fll.ver 114 ft . , , iTi : 11 1 l,urrlin antl ilrsft. Miun lilleness and 1 sloth : mirsue some honest calliuc. and I V be not ashamed to be useful. Xow that the overland mail from St. Louis to California is considered a fixed : fact, the time of its departure, etc., should i be known. It leaves St. Louis on Mon- ; Jays and Thursdays, iu the morning. To j ensure ineir transmission oy mis rouie, .. . ... 1 ....... letters should De endorsed, -Jy tuo uvcr-; land Mail." The price of postage on sin- j file letters is 3 cents, by tbc steamers it is 10 cents. No newspapers can be forwar ded by the overland route, but letters con taining priuted slips, it is presumed, may be seut. A bovy of little children were telling tDcir fatller wtjat got at school. The eldest got grammar, geography, arithmetic, etc. The next got reading, spelling, and definitions. "And what do yoi) get, my little soldier?" said Ihe father to a rosy cheeked little fellow who was at that mo ment slyly driving a ten-penny nail into a door pannel. "Ma? oh, I gels readin', spelliu', and spankings." A man named loung, tbirty-nme years! of 8e respectable in appearance, was a j . 1 - - . - I : IT V I. - witness on a murder trial in New York. : 7 II 11 13 ClWrci.uiiu.iluu, no Di.ll.ll iu.1 ..... , ... ., . , he cot his living by gambling, that he' b , . . , can read but can not write, never read an 1 A- 1.:.. .........mln.lmn T.a .l.l.j !.... I cntire book ncvcr rcad the Lnrd-, pr r ucvcr rcad a chapter in the Bible, but j oftco had the Bible in his band. . C .1.- Til" r , oorac oi tue iinuuia larmus agree id j savins that thc amount of sugar raised in 1 iw luas ciaic iuis year, iruui tue ouuiueru f . ' cane, win vieecu ia buiuuui, iiieiuuiuK ui , ' , , . . '. 6 course the molasses made in tbc same pro- cess, that of any other one product or arti- cel of export growu and manufactured io tbe State. Tho Indians of Mexico are now becom- ing a source of deadly fear to the Spanish and mixed breeds. As tbe power aud or ganization of tbe latter will diminish, tbc old and fearful passions of the natives, breathing vengeance npon their oppressors, awaken into new life. Antoioe Le Olaire, half breed Indian, living at Davenport, is said to be the ricbe.-t man io tbe State of lows. Gov. Grimes i rank' next io wealth. NOV. 12, 1858. Olselet. Some of oar Loco neigh- : bors are tcrnblv indiffnaiit that tho t.t)2 - was no one in this country i.tupid enough to believe that he had any other object in , Bu::L:lGan anJ his , auJ aiIvi3er3 lut the7 wera s0 ! charmed with the condescension of an Dubleman who treated them fa- i .ha, ; Jj the Knglish Uovernment ; ... ..,.. i u-tuuuy iiMii.ii't? iu 1110 war unu.c , ' . . .... j inose luey uesign 10 get imoriujiiou iroiu. Last Summer, when Mr. Duchauau went ,o Bedford springs, ha took Sir Win. i F ' ; dinary travelers were not ailowid to in- , , , ., , s . .., I "u" - "fc. -v -.. taincd bis noble friend at bis private ta ble, from which some of his most faithful friends were excluded. Every atttntiuu was paid to him because be was an Eng lish nobleman. But, cow they Lave found out what everybody but theuise'.?s knew long ago, that this cunuing diplo mat was coz-.-uiog them fur the purpose of , . ! learni ning their intentions with regard to administration, and endeavor to induce Mr. Buchanan to resign an office for which be is every wa, unC t, and let somebody take it who w.il not bo tho dupe of every jtmm mu J" j";";,, stration with bis noble company.- ZWy .Mrir. B(rjAn old Dutch Justice of the IWc did up a marriage in this way : He first said to the man : "Veil, you wants to be marrit, do you ? Veil, you lovsb this woman so goot as any one you have ever seen ?" "Yes," answered the man. Then to the woman- " ell do you love dis man so better as oy man you ever seen f She hesitated little and he repeated " en, ao you love mm so veil as to be lis wile ; . "Yes, yes," she answered, "Veil, that is all any reasonable man eotdJ expect. So you are nianied ; I pfcj- nounce you man and wile. Tbe thc Jua(ice ,o ..Xothing at all, nothing at a!!; you are welcome. jf it will do you any goot I" - ! uouu a. if uney, liepuutieau, eiecieu 10 en.. f,. r:..;nn; ... f,...i. . m - ' v. ' j . . ... . . . - - - - - ------ - - goou Mor, .s ,o.u .u couuec.ou wi.n him. After he was nominated, a Lncofoco Judge, who is a great stickler for ortho-: doxy, but is tbe most corrupt aud unprin cipled politician io the county, met a rather thoughtless preacbsr and a deacon of re markablc cummon sense. Said thc Judge to them, with great pretended concern f r the interests of religion, "You certainly can not think of voting for a Univcrsalist, though you are Republicans ; tbe welfare ' of rciigion wouia be jeoparded by his dec-. tion ,. jbe preacher was disposed to yield ' to the forcc of this arpcal to reig;0Hi pre. ; . jj wuetJ xle Deacon struck in, "We .J ' ' cert:llniy sha!l vote for Gurley. He is a n.nii:.,. .,! if !, , , believe io a bell, he will by the time be has been at Washington a few months and seen the Administration perforin." j The Murdeiier's Fate. There is a report from Kansas that the notorious border ruffian and government office-hold- . rr, G. W. Clark, Ibe murderer of the' Free State man, Barber, was lately way. I laid, shot and scalped, while traveling . near Lecompton. Kansas having become j uncomfortable as a residence for one so intimately connected as be with the ! wrongs and woes of tbe people, tbe Prcsi j dent bad given him tbc office of purser at I tbe Navy Yard, at Waabingtnp, and he ! wa3 preparing to leave the Territory when the revenger of some of bis wicked deeds .... . -,. overtook him as described. , . . . What the BicnASAS Partt is ., . ., , , made Of. f bo following item, from the ..... , . . . m,v,Ue Journai nay serve to rclresl. """"I5 f thoa, gentlemen .ho flm feffson'' "S" Sr L roco parly : "it 19 a rernarKauie circumstance, mat, while a renegade Federalist occupies the ..w . . ... i. - r - A j ii'i - y 1 --f from Georcia control, with dictatorial i . -ii i;.. . ' ... - ., power, all tho policy of the government. . ,'riam.irata cr Buchnan. Taomh: ! and stepUens is ono of the curiosities of American politics." j Tbe eel catchers at various points along ; the Susquehanna river, are uncommonly j busy. For many miles up tho river's ! lensth. the Deonleowoinir the shore, have their gins and traps set, and the "fall run" j is briskly commencing. Large quantities ! are sold in the Ilarrisburg Market, and thousands are packed in full sixed barrels j nd sent to Baltimore. Quantities are j Durcbased by sea eoing fessels,whosc skip- nera are wre of tbe delicious fivor of tils ia:Lu ac:ssl;a. iit.c.s o. proimdu- At $1,50 Per Yeak, always is Advaxce. j News and Motions. i 1 i o to.isn lurmera, nuiuij ii6 , the parsons go once a year av. ! iwap their permoos." Thus eiilightenrd, Li friend ' qua.uily rcmDiked, "Hung it '. f - gcti tuu worst ca lt eTcrj tlole . j For a time, an open bor-.f r wir w expected between Keutackt and Indiann, ' wLd Ij tL, .WS.ion of Mlicil of ' Iudiana, by a gang of Ken.ukians. on a ; cuarj;e ui aiuiuz iiui'p u.--u ...1.. ! ... 6 . ' , i i iinerty. 1 ue liens re reieasu ii'juoti, ' anJ the kidnappers nrrcted, and promise made for eutire legality io -ii'.l p'-e-jc-Jin hereafter. ' , ? t .on- .! t r e i c . wheels, and neither slip? on hard, Io ISZj. the Puolic School ?yfeni was , ., i - i, i ,.' smooth pround, or mires in boI soil, fairly cotuiueneed in l'ennsylvanu. t rom 7 . ., ,1 . , , .The C!i"uj7 Press speaks thus enthu- 30 to 3d years is generally rated as a gn- . J eration. About one generation it may be siastical.v 0. tue pcrfuraianco : said, has grown up since the S -hoot fys- I "It Jratrs six plow-?, cuttmsr a foot ... . .1 1.1,.!.. .... tm wn fi.irtv .tartpil ami. klreuov. Ull der its genial influence, Berks c.unty has given 10 Auti-Locofoco nuj otity. All ; hail ! Democratic "roosters" a-c very tuuch I i injipo auj ,heir voices are not audi- They are suffering uuder an attach ecomptonism and Free Trade In - ie liuehanuo chanticle'ia soem to be standing on their beads, if .heir Pom- tion is correctly set forth by the cuts iu ; DL,mocrltic Be.5ppen. j 1 canoiaate lur uuiuiumwu n.i tmngn - as - man before a late Loco convention iu v v . f ,1 gives as a reason for it, that be is not rascal enough to be a member. e ! thought Bennett's qualiu..ations ia this ) respect were perfect. ! jf escr ciear case of corrnpiion w3 made against a Congressman, the man is Orsamus B. Mattesoa of Oueid Co., X.Y. ., ,. . , The Republicans threw bun overboard , nominated and elected Judge Itoscoc j Conklinc in his place and Matleaon took his position in the Buchanan party where ne furmcr!y belonged. An Indiana paper says, during . . & trittl in Lawrence who was cal'i he knew the where uc wouu go 11 no 101a a ne ; ne said, ho supposed he would go trk-re laicyers irent .' lie was of course conside - red a "competent witness :" .President Buchanan says he is "deter - . , ., . . mined to preserve the tiHi'y of toe I'cnia- ' . .... . .n... nariff nr I iiniinu li. mini u r- j t e tnins 11 1 , uc loses a lew more eieciious, sueu as mai in Penn,. vania, its Hnirv wi;i be beyond Questian for it will coubist of James Bu ci3nan anj nobody else. A Delaware papr;r says, "Six hundred thousand dollars will be tbc lowest offered the State of Delaware, at tho approaching session of the Legislature, f .r an exclusive lottery grant for tweuty years, and a mil lion can bo obtained fjr it just as easily." One John Thompson, if Germantown, advertised a "prayer meeting" in derision, aud was two days afterwards fouud d.-ad in a ditch, having fallen through a bridge probably while drunk. Mr. Buchanan has shopped his sub-scrip- I tion to the Philadelphia t rtss, but with tho order of discontinuance failed to f rk up what was due. This is a bad example for the President to set. II. A. Chambers, of Carbond-ile, bas for sale a rare collection of many thousands nf coins, petrifactions, shells, very ancient books, manuscripts. c perhaps tho most curious aggregate in the World. Col. Fremont having gained thc first i case in tbe struggles for bis mining land, stands a fair chance to bee one ono of the million irirs, not only of America, but of all tbe world. Geo. Walker having got up anoiher expedition against Nicaragua, tbe Presi dent bas issued a proclamation to stop him. Buchanan wauls to do all the fiili busleriog himself. Mrs. Teaghe, of New York city, rolled out of her bed while drunk, and fell with . , .. a .1,11 such lores on the fljorasto break uer neck, and she died. Hon. John W. Geary, Ex-Governor of Kansas, was on Tuesday, married in Phil adelphia, to Mrs. Henderson, of Cumber land county, in this State. The Free State Convention of Kansas milt tlii. i.i.onit vnpli in Vnvi.nihpr fur dvice and decision respecting their course next Winter. " I wish I had all the money that man PiiJ for bia W remarked a wag as be P"sed mla wltb " rcJ ,ook,ua ,aer' Docri!,n nose- Kenneth Kayncr, of -orta Laroima, has published a denunciation of Bucban-t an's Kansas policy, aud in favor f coou Tariff rates. A recent arrival from England notices soundings taken for a new liae of Cable "cross tbe Atlantic. A reduction in rates, bas been mttde to ti lB.ci.i-h iiu ;iom 1 'liui. to Cliff, i . , -., 1,1 U11UIIIZ U lVl. W l.l. II likl 1 lU IO 111114 county court, a Jtung IaJ, - , r, ' j J - , . , . . , nil me www ?n ata ui auu, 2'j ricu in ed as a witness, was asSed if. . . . , , , , ' . Tiotasli. 111 li losniiatea. in si hea ami obligations of an oa'.b, and ) , c&!ential clementa of v.-otal,! i The Steam Ilow Triumphant. Anxious farmers Lave long awaited . ()f Kt,.um plow? in that State, tthe jm:nci,se stretcliCS of riull level land9 , arc to Ic tilled A reward of $5000 f,jr a team pIow wliIch i d ucce-fiii;v turn the 0;I At ' , , " .,'!,"-.,., : 'i watl l v a J I I iIr- FaTkes' from Lancaster, Pa. , , The who! apparatus, n ith fuel and water, tveig'n but seven tons. It lias a barreKshaie I driver to carry for- w-ncl Tirt .i l.tT i.iO -Ttt rr rri?.TTnW cutii. iuiai..i. u in a iiaiu... aii'l .to . 1 ulat''d Lv spiral spring- that they yield to any extraordinary obstnte "tion. As there v.-as no stubble ld near, it was concluded to make trial on the unbroken prairie. This was no-.r baked so hard by drouth that prairie-baking plows would not run j an' V'e mal 01 Ma I".W3 " r . . . fni.lmrr tina ur flirt mrnnrnf waj ; " f,nir.t sn'er-p thnt 1 "five . .i... ,i, ,.1,,.- -r.ri-; a)m0;t ipc-vio soiI. Aflw a , j d ,B in reSulati n2 to this brick- ' "iru.., it.v kuinu iu'jcl rur- ! rl. when six furrow, were turned side bv side, iu the most tvorkmanhko manner. The excitmentof the crowd ! w'as mi rontroI and t,ici, 6,0IlU 1 j wjj jluzza3 echoed far over tho , prairie, as there beneath the smiling j Autumn sun lay the first furrow j turned by steam on tho broad prai- i " M llie nS7 est. i 1 1,(5 M wfon- . frteam , conquered the Tacc of nature, and tho ; ;, 'i . j ... ' r;no. ftVfP th , . -,.':,, , ni-airie' of "E"vnt ' and turning un . its wealth of nutritious elements for j tue growth of the cereal and pomo- I T...1 .i.il lir.1 J ft nirtc-I n H O nil emt- ' I'iwmuvw . ...v.i.i, uuu 'ipiaueJ jrr0wtu. Ihe Ion? line of match lead furrows parted the crowd, and l.iy ! between the raovin j m.vses Y.ko a j line of silver wove in the gray setting ' ,' n Prau'ic. Amid the exi-itomcnt ti. iTii-iinln. .Hil '1 1 ti 1 1 .T.rt . ir i.'hj ' llll. 1111 Lllll1 I . 111111 111.!. l.k.1.11 , li. 1. 1. . e , . . , , , rriniiTh fur him t. hOflr tt!i i.In.l a .. ... ... ; snouts 01 victory Wiiicn r.:t tue uir ; : por tn,s il0 naj toiled: lor tilt: his hands had become hardened and hi face mad-? swarthy over the plowinsr iron o'tt of which he forced the mus cles of Lis iron steed of the prairie. J'r. Fawkes and others were called out by the crowd, and made brief speeches. Mr. Coleman, a member of the Hoard, spoke of the success of the steam-plow now wikiicsed, sn marking a new era" in the world's progress, and declared that thc prreat enterprise of Fawkes may be placed side by side with the steam engine, the steamboat, the locomotive. t!.i cotton gin, and the telegraph. After the speaking, rie IWis says : '"The engine again moved forward, when the plows tarn"d tip the tw mul drift of Egypt, laying six f'urrow3 side-by-side with the most perfect ease and in thc most workmanliko manner. The consumption of fuel and water was very moderate. That the engine is a complete success thcrn can be no doubt, and all that is now wanting is to demonstrate that, ta king the w hole expense into consid eration, it is cheaper than hore pow er. It tuts is answered in ti:e ai.iriu- .:vc .-, wii vroJltc(; the createst revolution in agricultural progress i that we have yet seen ; it will tako another wrinkle from the brow of la bor, and give to the toiling million lighter taks to perforin.'' Under Draining. Tiir. Pawn- of Pkaixixo. Th- first field drained on the four feet vs- tern was on a farm near bolioii. In S4:' "". s?l,1r1of 'j',0 I,'-,'',! Atrncnltitral ooictv. John Keade, a - , ,. ir...t., . iirutrnti ijan, laiuu. i.i. chnnic, well known as llie inrentor of the stomach-p'.inip. exhibited cylin drical clay pipes, wilh which he had been in the habit of draining the hot beds of his master. His mode of con structing thcin was to wrap a lump of clay round a mandril, and rub it smooth with a piece of flannel. Mr. Parks showed one of these pipes to Earl Spencer, saving, ".My Lord, with this pipe I will drain all England." Tho Council, on his LonMJp's mo tion, gave John Reade a silver medal for his idea, and in the year follow ing offered a premium for a title-making machine. A great deal of luon- ey was wasted in attempts, ami tnany patents were taken out hr the pur- i i:n- bph.w: i.nf in pose wiin inuiucii-ut puiuj.- , - 1845, at Shrewsbcrry.Thumas Scragg received a prize for a maclnao w.ncn triumphed over the circuities, nim ptpos cau now bo made quite as fabt i. b?!n nn take them. 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